Category Archives: Recycling

How to sign the Brown Bins petition in Bexley

Petition against the charges in Bexley for Green Waste collection at Change.org https://www.change.org/p/bexley-council-stop-charging-for-brown-bin-collection I’ve signed, but there seem to be problems with their server. I couldn’t even access last week. 2,476 so far, but not sure if mine is one … Continue reading

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What’s the cost to Bexley residents of reducing the green waste collection service?

Many are concerned that the reduction in the green waste collection by Bexley Council, one of their many cuts, will lead to lower recycling rates and more pollution from bonfires and dumping.   Andrew David has made a Freedom of … Continue reading

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New budget consult: opportunity to support open space ‘maintenance’ reductions over sell-offs, plus more recycling and new energy-saving/light pollution measures

Bexley Council is consulting on further budget-savings proposals which could save open spaces, increase recycling and cut carbon emissions and light pollution, thereby benefiting wildlife and people. The deadline for responses is February 20th. It’s important that as many of … Continue reading

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